Präparat

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Präparat
Praparat.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 6, 2013 (2013-03-06)
Genre
Length40:39
LabelDaymare Recordings
ProducerBoris, Shinobu Narita
Boris chronology
Attention Please
(2011)
Präparat
(2013)
Noise
(2014)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Pop Matters7/10 stars[1]

Präparat is the eighteenth studio album by the Japanese experimental band Boris. The album was announced along with two other releases [2] The album features the participation of musicians like Michio Kurihara and Gisèle Vienne. It was released exclusively on vinyl only in Japan.

"Evil Stack 3" is part of a series of drone pieces across multiple Boris albums, including the Damaged split and Rock Dream.

Track listing[edit]

Side A
No.TitleLength
1."December"3:50
2."哀歌" ("Elegy")4:16
3."Evil Stack 3"0:58
4."砂時計" ("Monologue")4:21
5."Method of Error"6:55
Side B
No.TitleLength
6."Bataille Sucre"4:32
7."Perforated Line"0:42
8."コップの内側" ("Castle in the Air;" misspelled "Castel" on release)2:19
9."Mirano"4:59
10."カンヴァス" ("Canvas")5:14
11."Maeve"2:33

Personnel[edit]

  • Takeshi - Vocals, Bass, and Guitar
  • Atsuo - Drums and Percussion
  • Wata - Guitar and Keyboards
  • Gisèle Vienne - Spoken Word (on "Bataille Sucre")
  • Michio Kurihara - Guitar (on "Evil Stack 3" and "Method Of Error")
  • Written, Words, and Produced by Boris
  • Recorded, Mixed, Photography, and Design by Fangsanalsatan
  • Mastered by Soichiro Nakamura
  • Shinobu Narita - Producer (on "Elegy" and "Canvas")
  • Tadashi Hamada - Management

References[edit]